The American Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, N.Y., announced Tuesday
that NBC chairman Bob Wright and Cox Communications Inc. CEO Jim Robbins will be
honored at an Oct. 8 gala benefit for their "vision and innovations [that] have
dramatically influenced the moving image."
Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt, a 2002 honoree, and NBC Entertainment
president Jeff Zucker will be the event's co-chairs.
Herbert Schlosser, the museum's chairman and a onetime NBC executive, said in
a prepared statement that the AMMI is "proud ... to recognize these two
executives for their positive and lasting contributions to the broadcast and